The suspensory ligament is the fibrous cord which lies between the cannon bone and the back tendons.
And finally, contraction of the suspensory ligament is of rare occurrence.
Caudad, the lesser omentum and the suspensory ligament are seen to have a common concave falciform edge.
As a rule, severe injuries to the suspensory ligament incapacitate the subject for anything but slow, light work.
Ventral portion, between diaphragm and liver, forms the broad falciform or suspensory ligament of the liver.
Spontaneous rupture of the suspensory ligament with consequent subluxation of the lens may follow.
The tearing of the suspensory ligament on the inner side may be assisted by the cutting edge of the needle during depression.
In old-standing disease of the eye the suspensory ligament may yield in part, and thus lead to lens dislocation.